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    Free Orihuela

    A spanish blogger has been sent to Orkut jail (via Reflexiones e irreflexiones) for the crime of... well, for some crime; maybe for the crime of talking about Orkut banning.
    I know that this jail is not the kind of place where you have to bang your head against the bar, but, anyways, Free Orihuela now

    2004-02-17 01:00 | 1 Comment(s) | Filed in

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    De: jlori Fecha: 2004-02-18 09:54

    Thanks for your support. They said:

    From: help@orkut.com
    To: mail@mail
    Date: Mar, 17 Feb 2004 22:44:09 +0000
    Subject: Re: [#9898] blocked by error

    Thanks for contacting us. To keep orkut.com a trusted community, we have
    implemented an automated system that aims to catch members who are trying
    to abuse it. When someone is caught, they are temporarily jailed. We try
    to catch only the bad guys, but occasionally innocent folks are put in
    jail too.

    We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and can assure you
    that your account will be unlocked within a few hours. We are working hard
    to make our jailing system smarter, and we appreciate your patience as we
    work our way up this learning curve.

    Stay connected,
    orkut.com "



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